Adolescent girls are caught in a societal crisis concerning body image and size. Body Thieves provides information and skills to help them reclaim their natural bodies, become physically active and get on with their lives. Contains valuable information about boys and their problems as well to help illustrate the gender differences in development and culture. Full bibliography and resource list.
Just For Boys is a discussion program that helps boys build resilience to deal with societal stressors in a healthy way. It broadens the definition of what it means to be male and teaches them how to create a life of balance and interconnectedness. It is also a comprehensive prevention program targeting substance abuse, depression, eating disorders and muscle dysmorphia.
Just For Girls provides information and skills to help adolescent girls (caught in the midst of our societal crisis concerning body image and size) reclaim their natural bodies, become physically active and get on with their lives. Contains comparative information about boys and their problems to illustrate the gender differences in development and culture. Full bibliography and resource list.
Nurturing girlpower: Integrating eating disorder prevention/intervention skills into your practice provides a comprehensive framework for prevention that addresses the changes in girls’ bodies and in girls’ lives during adolescence. It helps demystify eating disorders and provides a skill set to enhance your counseling practice so that you can relate to the girl instead of her problem.
Warning: Adult Humor.
In Everybody vs The Ferret 1: Give Me Your Pickle, the boy fruitheads elicit the help of a internet obsessed talking ferret to get revenge for a humiliating stunt orchestrated by the girl fruitheads. The dreaded Michael Jackson device is enabled.
What’s a girl to do when she’s starting her freshman year of high school and puberty’s left her behind? She stuffs her bra! Fourteen year old Logan Stanley wants to be popular. She also wants Brad Johnson to notice her. But the climb up the social ladder is a lot further up than she expects. Along the way she discovers that what she thought she wanted isn't what she wants at all.
Levi Sprocket is a laidback, easy-going guy, who dreams of one day being an actor.
However, Levi’s journey growing up comes with some pitfalls and embarrassing moments as he deals with the changes within his body and with his maturing attitude.
When he discovers that his friendships with girls isn't the way it used to be, it takes him by surprise.
Join Levi as he steps into his adulthood.
Three summers, two girls, one boy.
Three young people participate in a story of romance, character growth, and heartbreak. One girl is desirable, one is adorable, and a boy is trying to grasp the inevitable.
Hemmie fell for her in a big way, but she was just too young. She was the charming "coquet" he could not forget.
Another year passes and young Ernest Hemingway is 12 years old, spending an ideal summer in Northern Michigan. His awkward family relationships encourage him to pursue friendship elsewhere, with the town girls, the Native boys, and a new animal spirit friend, Chicky.